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Image 1 of Jeffersonian (Jeffersontown, Ky.), February 1, 1952

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fitacd as ticcav 1 tt -- J Lt u ear. lej Llni R 1 Ce, Spirit s&ith unto cl:.i.I.iig.' Rer. 2:23. ? v." r' j ill' k I I ESTABLISHED JUNE 1907 !w liHi For Co-op- J, Kenneth Ward has been t .x:ted, president and Wilson A. f "it, vice president and treasurer, tf the Louisville Bank for Cooperatives, Thorn as P, Cooper, chairman of the board of the .I irm Credit Administration of Louisville, has announced. , Ward was reared In Henry County, Ind. He was with the Iidiana Farm Bureau Coopfera-t'v- e " v V Mr. and Mrs. James W. Wheatley art shown viewing on of their presents following their marriage last Saturday in Si. Edward's Church, Jeffersontown. Mrs. Wheatley is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Berger, and he Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wheatley. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Joseph L. Wheatley, cousin of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rer. Martin Frankenberger and the Rer. Vincent Osborne. Rae Marie Berger," couiin of the bride, is standing in the center. i Hiss Hanna Named a retired farmer, died Wednesday in his home on the Shelbyville Road, three miles east of Middletown. .He was a native of Breckinridge County and had been living near Middletown three years. Surviving are' his wife, Mrs. Cordia Ater Basham; a son, Mercer Basham, Irvington; two daughters, Mrs. Shirley Bassett, Louisville, and Mrs. Edgar Compter, Evansville, Ind.; two broth-MarBasham and June "Basham, Breckinridge County; three grandchildren and a great- garments fell near the heatinr system and caught fire. Th blaze communicated to other gar ments. Smoke began to pou: through the rooms. "Cuddles" barked, arousing th attention of Mrs. Kuntz. Eh grabbed the burning clothes an ' doused them in the kitchen sink. The damage: Scorched line' eum around the furnace and, o course, the damaged clothes. P S. Mrs. Kuntz has recovered from , the shock. Kuntz is the grandson of Mrs. A. B. Graham, Thixton Lane, correspondent for The Jeffersonian. : eemetery. Young Landers Gets U. S. Navy Training Mrs. Bickel Honored By Kings Daughters Undergoing recruit training at the U. S. Naval Training Center, Bainbridge, Md., is Norman G. Landers, fireman apprentice, son ef Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Landers, Blankenbaker Road, Election of 1952 officers feat ured the annual meeting of the grandchild. The body is at Myers Funeral Funeral Home, Jeffersontown. services are arranged for 1 p.m. Friday at the Walnut Grove Baptist Church, Lodiburg, Ky., by interment in the church d Louisville City Union of the Kings Daughters and Sons, held Monday night in St. Paul's Evangelical and Reformed Church. The more than 100 persons elected the following offi cers: Mrs. John H. Bickel. president; Miss Leonora Josnston, first vice president; Mrs Edward Meyer, second vice president; Mrs. James H. Johnson, recording secretary; Mrs. W. R. Richards, corresponding secretary, and Ms. Alfred T. Russell, Jr., treasurer. The Pollvanna Circle, the new youth division, with Miss Anna Fowler as leader, was welcomed bv the union. Miss Leonora John ston gave the devotional. Jeffer-sentow- By TOM SMITH of legislation is fast A log-jadeveloping in the Kentucky General Assembly with only one major measure passed by both houses in three weeks session. House Speaker Charles Burnley's urging last week brought several announcements of committee meetings to consider bills although the House spurned a suggestion by', Majority Leader Harry King Lowman for a Friday session. Burnley warned House members that they were going to find many of their pet measures killed because of lack of time for con sideration.! The Assembly ids scheduled to devote the last two weeks of the serion io 'Congressional pcriioninent. This means that the lawmakers have only a couple of more weeks before the Rules Committees take over to push through legislation which the leadership considers essential. The administration's budget measure passed both houses with only two opposing votes both of them in the house and from Republicans Leslie Gay of Pulaski and Henry Heyburn of Jefferson. The budget measure becomes effective July 1 and appropriates $179,000,000 for the state's expenses during the following two years. More Income Tax well-verse- Deputy Sheriff Theodore R. Thomas, alleged to have fired a shot November 18 that killed Robert C. Overall, Jeffersontown Negro, in a tav ern on Newburg Road, was indicted Wednesday by the Jefferson County grand jury on a murder charge. Overall was shot when the deputy fired at a merchant police man who had ousted Thomas from the place the indictment charged. The deputy sheriff was off duty at the time. DR. RUSH IN FLORIDA Dr. W. M. Rush, Fern Creek physician, left this week for Ft. Myers, Fa., for a six weeks' rest. He hopes to return to his office around March 15 for resumption of practice. Wihile in Ft. Myers, Dr. Rush will be at the Central Hotel. a Am in is ByBnx Paulson , Congo Missionary To re. Another administration measure started through the legislative mill with its first reading in the House on Thursday. This is the of the income tax which was boosted two years ago. Two soldier bonus bills have been introduced along with a sug- l gesieal stues tax proposal on alcoholic beverages. Such measures have been recurring in various lorms since the end of World War II but have never found much . I j. x - - The County Recreation Board Small Fry Basketball Tournament gets under way February 4 with Mill Creek meeting Kentucky Childrens Home at the home, and Greathouse Y.M.C.A. at Fern Creek. Both games will be at 4 p. m. At the Masonic MISS PATRICIA BERGER -- The new "Jefferson County Square Dance Family," recently organized by the Jefferson County Playground and Recreation Board, is open to all square dance enthusiasts in Jefferson County. The purpose of the group Home Gymnasium, Masonic is to preserve the best traditions Home plays Cane Run &C 3:30 of folk and square dancing and to p. m. Valley meets St. Thomas promote, through wholesome Orphanage at 4:30 p. m. Ormsby community recreation, a friendly Village plays Jeffersontown at 7 spirit of neighborliness, the board p. m. followed by the game at 8. Ansaid. Throughout the winter, free chorage and Lyndon drew first square dances are sponsored by round byes. Play will continue February 5 the Board and individuals may join the Square Dance Family by with the remainder of the games requesting membership at any of to be played at Masonic. The finals will be held February 11 the following dance locations: Greathouse School, every Mon- at 8 p. m. with a consolation day night, Al Root calling; East- game at 7 p. m. ern High School, first and third Mdriday nights, Leland Stone calling; Ballard School, second Farm Ilachinery To and fourth Monday nights, Leland Middle-town-Fairda- Stone calling; . T. a Presbyterian missionary to the Belgian Congo, will speak at the Saturday night, Jack Finney callCreek School, every Beulah Presbyterian Church, in ing; Mill night, George Guderian Fern Creek, at 7:30 p.m., Sunday Thursday calling; Jeffersontown, first and February 3. night, The Rev. Mr. Vass has been in third Friday nights, Howard Africa 10 years and most of that Mitchell calling; Auburndale third Saturday School, time has been in charge of the nights, first and Scobee calling; George printing press. On his return, he and Melbourne Heights School, brought his own slides. Friday night, Bill Spain Women of the church will third calling. The dances begin at 8 serve a snack supper for the p.m. members of the church at 6:30. The public is invited. TO CREEK The missionary is a native of FERN MEET TUESDAY NIGHT Tennessee and received his A.B. fThe monthlv meetne of the degree at the Louisville PresbyAs Fern Creek Parent-Teach- er terian Theological Seminary. sociation of the Fern Creek Mrs. Vass was born in the Bel- Grade School will be held at 8 gian Congo and is the daughter of p.m., Tuesday night, February 5. the Rev. E. R. Kellersberger and in the school auditorium; Mrs. Kellersberger, missionaries. el discussion on the A "Moral and SDiritual Values as SQUARE DANCERS INVITED Applied to the Home" has been arranged. "Refreshments will be An invitation to those inter- served. A 100 percent attend ested in square dancing have ance is requested by Mrs. Cart been invited to attend dances of er Fields, publicity chairman. the Loworn School Recreation Committee under sDonsorshir of USE THE CLASSIFIED ADS the Jefferson County Playground THEY BRING RESULTS. and Recreation Board. Dances are held in the school each first and third Saturdays beginning at 8 p.m. The next ones will be Feburary 2 and school is situated on Cedar Creek Church Road. .:;Th.H.:vJU:-!.m.C- P.-T- six-pan- Displayed Here Prcnhcstly At Fair More prominent display of farm machinery and equipment at the 1952 Kentucky State Fair was made possible when the fair tract board set aside a inside the Fairgrounds' race track to be used exclusively for heavy machinery. J. Dan Baldwin, fair manager, said admission to the grandstand as well as to the machiney display would be free. This was made possible by increasing the admission to the grounds from 50 t0 60 cents. The additional 10 cents, it was pointed out, would also enable the fair to buy acts and entertainment of its own to be shown free before the grandstand audi10-ac- re ences. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Edward Riemann, 3067 University Road, Louisville, announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Karen Jean, on January 26 at the Jewish Hospital. Mrs. Riemann is the former i Miss Margaret Renfro. " Boy Scouts Observe 42nd Dirthday e MRS. INSKO'S MOTHER BURRIED IN FLEMING The funeral for Mrs. Minnie Mason, mother of Mrs. Ira Insko who lives on the Taylorsville Road just east of Jeffersontown, was held Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Mason died Sunday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Ben Kidwell in Greenup, Ky. The burial was in Fleming county. f) I IJ'u " AYA-- lit' II mi 7 11 .... Jl MANSV if Vf,Unetoii, ibtr mut hnk c - a eat y our cake and stU haT It. yon , dent student at the seminary 1 the last semester of his three-year course. He is the son of Dr. Charle Groshon Gunn, and Mrs. Gufl, Fulton, Mo. Dr. Gunn was formerly pastor of the First Presby- terian Church, Louisville, and i now executive secretary of the Town and Country Church f Missouri. Gunn has served the Jeffersontown church as student paster since April, 1951. For the tw years prior to coming to the local church he was ministerial associate at the Highland Presbyterian Church, in Louisville. Members of the commission of the Louisville Presbytery which will ordain and install Gunn im the Sunday service are: Dr. Vf. A. Benfield, Jr., Dr. Angus N. Gordon, Angus W. Gordon, Dr. C. G. Gunn, Dr. A. W. Homberg-e- r, Rev. Edwin N. Rock and Har- ry H. Spongier. The ordination sermon will be preached by young Mr. Gunn's father. 4-- 4 Students Did Net Participate In Hill Creek School Show Four students, members of the Carl Hillerich Variety Show, did not participate in a presentation originally scheduled for January 21 in the Mill Creek School, at Shively, the announcement fo which was in the January 18 issue of The Jeffersonian. The students are BiHy Vilmure, ' Donald Brumleve, Bonnie Carver and Barbara Alfred. Under direction of J. L. Morrow, the show was staged January 28. The presentation was under sponsorship of the school's marriage by her father. The bride wore a gown of ivory satin and lace with long sleeves and a train, and fingertip veil. She carried a white orchid on her grandmother's prayerbook. Mrs. Ernest S. Osborne was her sister's matron-o- f honor and Miss Frances Wheatley, sister of the bridesmaid, wore bridegroom, gowns of shrimp and powder blue net over satin and carried cascade bouquets of orchid and Association. pickardy glamilias, respectively. The flower girl, Miss Janice Lynn Berger, niece of the bride, 7. L. Eaufnan Diss; wore powder blue and carried a basket of goldilock roses. Rites Held Friday Mr. Robert Wheatley served as his brother's best man. The ushWilliam Robert Kaufman, 4f, ers were Messrs. Donald E. BergBerger Jr., the a painter, died at 3:35 am Weder and Carl J. bride's brothers, and Ernest S. nesday in his home at Route 3, Buechel. Surviving are his wife Osborne. Tollowing a reception at the Mrs. Dorothy Stillwell; six sons, home of the bride's parents on Robert, Jr., Russell, Jackie, DavOld Six Mile Lane, Mr. Wheatley id, Paul and Donald Kaufman; and his bride left on a short three daughters, Margie, Joyee They will make and Vanita Kaufman; his father, honeymoon. their home with his parents on James Kaufman; four brothers, Charles, Garland, Richard L. and Taylorsville Road. John W. Kaufman, and three sisAt 8 o'clock Saturday night in ters, Mrs. A. O. Sullivan, Mrs. "SX. Crescent Hill Baptist Church, M. Goodman and Mrs. Lowell Miss Anna B. Williams, daughter Hughes. of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams, Funeral services were aranged M.t. became the for 2 p.m. Friday afternon in the Washington, bride of Mr. Calvin Clinton McDaniel Funeral Home, 43 Shake, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Park Boulevard, with interment Shake, of Jeffersontown. The in Pennsylvania Run Cemetery. Rev. Rollin S Burhans officiated. The bride's white satin gown GREENWOOD neckline, long had a TO MEET THURSDAY sleeves and a train. Her fingerThe regular meeting of the tip veil of illusion was worn with Greenwood As a bonnet and she carried white sociation will be held at 7:39 orchids on a Bible. p.m., Thursday, February 7. A Mrs. Robert W. Crapps, of special program has been ar r; Danville, was ranged in observance of "Found-eMiss Milda Faye Williams, Mt. Day." All members ere Washington sister of the bride, urged to attend. Persons wh bridesmaid. They wore gowns of haven't joined have been regold .velveteen and American minded that March 31 is Beauty, respectively. Misses according to Mrs. NaMaria Kristine and Marilyn thaniel Tracy, publicity chairElizabeth Graft, flower girls, man. , wore gowns of aqua. All carried bouquets of roses. FAREWELL LUNCHEON Mr. Raymond Gilbert Shake, A farewell luncheon for Mrs. ' Shepherdsville, was best man Elizabeth Hudson Hornbeck, wh s and the ushers were Messrs. is leaving for Florida, February and J. B. Williams, Jeffersonwm be held at High View town, brothers of the bride, and Schdol, on February 5, at 12:45. Vernon Hayes, Okolona. All ladies in the community are A reception was held at the invited to attend and bring cova church, after which Mr. and Mrsv ered dish. For further details call Shake left for Florida on their Mrs. D. W. Headden. honeymoon. Upon their return; they will reside in Fern Creek. -- Parent-Teach- er , P.-TJ- h j ti Parent-Teach- k L er matron-of-hono- es to V ' - Mrs. Edwin H. Bickel left this week for Atlanta and will g8 from there to Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Mrs. Lucille Johnston,sister of Mrs. Claude Lloyd, is showing d WEDS JAMES WHEATLEY The wedding of Miss Patricia Ann Berger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Berger, Sr., Jeffersontown, and Mr. James W. Wheatley, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wlheatley, also of Jeftook place at 9 fersontown, o'clock Saturday morning, January 26, in St. Edward's Church. ceremony was The double-rin- g performed by the Rev. Joseph L. Wheatley, cousin of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. Martin Frankenberger and Rev. Vincent Osborne. She was given in A. B. degree at Davidson Coller Davidson, N.C., in 1949, and wJ receive his B.D. degree fro y Louisville Presbyterian Semina-In If ay. At present he is rei five-poi- nt yd rapid improvement from her recent operation at St. Joseph's Infirmary. Mrs. Walter Beard, Middle-brooferred to Kentucky Statutes Va., is visiting in fhe home Committee No. 2. This has been referred to as the "grave yard of Dr. C. M. Hanna and Mrs. committee" but this was denied Hanna. Mrs. Nana Smith, of Buechel, on the Senate floor by Senator was dinner guest Sunday of Mr. Moloney. and Mrs. R. C. Smith and famDenial Made The denial came in a defense ily. of referring a mine safety measMr. and Mrs. Charles First end ure to the committee. Senator family were dinner guests SunJulian Golden, Bell County, ac- day evening of Mr. and Mrs. cused the upper house leadership Ruckriegel, in Louisville. of killing his mine safety proposal Mr. and Mrs. Paul Green .veil by referring it to Kentucky Sta- have chosen the name of Ehrron tute's Committee No. 2. Paulette for their baby dau.tcr, (Continued on Fase S) born January 8. le Loworn School, Be first and third Saturday nights, Hoy-mon- Bl k Small Fry Basketball Tourney Opens Friday j , I, ! A k, CO4- Effective this week, the Buechel Bus Company rerouted portions of its lines and increased its service, giving direct connections between Buechel, the General Electric Plant and Louisville. Both routes originate at Beulah Church Road and Fegenbush Lane. One runs on Fegenbush to Bardstown Road, Bank Lane, Newburg Road to Union Bus Depot, Second and Liberty Streets. The second route takes Man-slicRoad, Applegate Lane, Old Shepherdsville Road, Barsdtown Road, Gardiner Lane, Newburg Road to the Douglass Boulevard Loop. j Ccusly Recreation E:dy Organizes New Square Dance Family 60-d- ay support. The idea of a general sales tax as a means of SDreadine the tax load over a greater number of taxpayers and to increase revenues for education is gaining some impetus at the hands of school Deople. The school people say that MRS. HENRY GEORGE, BUE-che- l, 20,000 more children would enter has returned from Nash public schools under a measure ville, Tenn., where she visited introduced by Edward O. Bridg- her daughter-i- n law, Staff Sgt. ers and also signed by Chester Daisy George, stationed there Holsclaw, both Jefferson County with the W.A.F. Sgt. George ac- members of the House. . Thev unv . companied her home for a few that more money will have to come from some place if this bill days. passes because more teachers and more facilities will be needed. The bill would allow six year old children to enter public schools if thev become six before January 1 and enter within 30 days of school opening. Under present law they must be six with 30 days after schoo open ing in order to enroll in Septem Turr reminder: ber. a The state's 700 chiroDrartnrs sent a strong lobby to Frankfort alter the introduction of a hosYOU WIGHT 17 pital licensing bill. The bill would permit inspections of hospital fa Ycun cilities for health and safety pur SUBSCRIPTION poses. X PAID UP? f 4 The measure was introduced by Senator Richard P. Moloney 'VoRtMtsscalsszsof Senate Majority Leader, and re , - i MR. AND MRS. HENRY HAAG . The fiftieth anniversary of their marriage will be observed Monday. February 4. by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haag. Billtown Road, near Jeffersontown. The couple will hold open house Sunday afternoon for their relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Haag were married at her home and are members of Christ Lutheran Church, Jeffersontown. He is a retired farmer. ; ig This initial training includes instruction in such fields as fire fighting, gunnery, signaling and other courses ded signed to make the recruit in every phase of Navy life. James W. Gunn will be ordained and installed as jbastor of the Jeffersontown Presbyterian Church in a 7:30 pja. service at the church Sunday. A commission of LouisviHa Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in the United Statcj will ordain and install him.v Gunn was graduated froa Buechel, G-- E Plant Louisville Male High Schoil Gel Increased Bus in 1945. He was awarded til J. m Miss Bette Hanna. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. Morton Hanna, Jeffersontown, has been named to two important campus posts at, the College of Wooster, Ohio. ??prpntlv elected resident of the International Relations Club, she also has been appointed to serve as local assembly chairman for a four Ohio college mock United Nations assembly scheduled for March 15 at the College of Wooster. Colleges participating in the. program are Denison University. Ohio Wesleyan Uni versity, Oberlin College and the College of Wooster. Miss Hanna. a senior maioring in history, was graduated from Montreat,,N. C, High School, bne has served Dreviouslv as vice president of the International Re lations Club and also is a mem ber of the Westminster Choir. k I Service This Week Spsds AtFcrnCrc:!: Church Sunday IHjhl Smith's Weekly Digest of Actions Of 1952 State General Assembly 90, Deputy Indicted For Death of J'iown Boy i -- Dashan Funeral Riies To Important Posts Arranged For Friday At Wooster College Adam Basham, Ordination Services For James W, Gunn Sunday OBSERVE 59TII AHIIIVERSARY Louisville. He took over the reign of "su Mondr preme commander" when his alertness saved the fam ily the loss of perhaps hundred of dollars. Mrs. Kuntz had hung her Mori day washing to dry near a hall way gas furnace. One of the Association, Indianapolis, for 1J years and was its auditor six years. In 1936 he joined the Bank far Cooperatives staff. For the past four years he has been vice president and treasurer of' the hank. He lives at 2100 Baringer .t Avenue. Orr is a native of Sangamon County, Illinois. After graduating in commerce and finance from Washington and Lee University, he worked in the credit department of the Liberty National tank and Trust Company at Louisville. In 1942 he came to tke Bank for Cooperatives as a credit analyst and in 1947 was elected secretary and treasurer. He lives at 48 Meadowview Drive. Other Bank for Cooperatives fficers elected are F. C. Stueve, 4127 Gilman Avenue, assistant treasurer and assistant secretary; Ralph Hamersley, 3311 Nanz, assistant secretary and assistant treasurer; and Mrs. Anna R. Bohrer, 3017 Centralia Court, I n d., assistant Jeff ersonville, treasurer. Every Friday at $2X0 Per Yc:x "Cuddles," a Spitz puupy, i master of the F. A. Kuntz household at 1218 South Preston Strec " OF EEIIVICS TO JEFFERSON COUIITC .IDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1952 1 As .BarKngav; Homo From Fir s. 1YEATJ3, PENDENT COUNTY NEWSPAPER EI AIT Puppy Is IIn:I:r HARMED AT ST. EDWARD'S AW i! V JEFFERSONTOWN, KY., IcmoHi Uard t .Zfii& jflTJim Official Boy Scout Week Poster President Truman will "greet 12 outstanding Boy Scouts in the White House during Boy Scout Week, Feb. 6 to 12, marking the 42nd anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America. Boy Scout Week will be observed throughout the nation by more than 2,800,000 boys and adult leaders. Since 1910, more than 19,000,000 boys and men have been members of the organization. "Forward . . . on Liberty's Team" is the birthday theme. Cle-ti- i, MASON-ROEDERE- R Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Shirley Ann Mason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Earle D. Mason, and Mr. Charles Fred Roederer, Jr., on January 26, in Immanuel Evangelical and Re formed Church. The Rev. Robert Groves officiated. iMrs. Ervin A. McClain, sister of the bride, and Mr. Arthur Rothenberger were the only attendants. Ushers were Messrs, John Roederer and Eugene Hart-man- A reception at the church folthe ceremony. After c short wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs Roederer will make their home on riachand Lane. lowed Notional Wl!i?::S . Fur iz-- J

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